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United Nations-United Nations (UN), international organization recognized immediately after II-World War. This replaced the League of Nations. In the year 1945, while the United Nations was founded, there were on 51 members; total 193 nations are now members of the organization.

History of United Nations?

The Aims of the United Nations?

Principles of the United Nations?

The UN System?

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